Firefighters, police and public officials “acted admirably to save lives, to put the fires out and to get the community back to normal” after the Sept. 13, 2018 gas crisis, according to a review by the Edward Davis Co. Still, the consulting company led by the former Boston police commissioner made some suggestions to the town to prepare for future emergencies — such as mapping the utilities that feed area businesses and tailoring the town’s emergency alert phone system. Nearly a year and a half after the gas disaster, how prepared is the town to handle a similar crisis?
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